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The cowboy rides again, Red Dead Redemption 2

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#1
one of the best gaming experiences ive had in my life was red dead redemption. goes to show that dedication to a great storyline, a solid set of characters, and thegreat team behind rockstar produces quality.

i look forward to going back to the west again tomorrow.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#3
its not confirmed yet, but there are rumors this is coming out on pc. its way too pretty not to be.

too bad if i only had a week or two more, i wouldve looked forward to this game so much more.

im still sucked in to AC:Odyssey, and that says a LOT about that game. im level 40 grinding it up, but not even a quarter in the story.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#5
i cant wait.

ive already told the wife i will be going away for a while.

the last time RDR came out, i wasnt married yet, this time around i have a new kid and a wife.

priorities. priorities.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#6
after 3 hours and a half, i jumped back into the ol west.

found myself reminiscent of what was back then and how it felt now.

i couldnt describe what i was feeling.

it was a tired, exhausted feeling in the beginning, despair and well, it felt desparate.

the screen loads up, there is no spinning loading wheel, instead, something more personal.

small touches, here and there makes rockstar who they are, minute details you tend to overlook, but in better light you appreciate it.

im flabbergasted by this game.

a bit of a learning curve with deadshot, but i will get used to it.

this is a game you have to take time in.

ironically, i want to finish this game as quick as i can so i can enjoy it the second time around.

but i fell in low with RDR's pacing back then, and took my time, enjoyed it.

AC:eek:dyssey is a perfect pairing to this game. i ranked up quick in that one, parrying, dodging enemies, trying to get the best loot the best of everything immediately. instant gratification needed, or else i will deconstruct it for raw scraps.

this one, is going to be a long term game. a game i will enjoy.

if i was a youngun i'd be playing this all night. but i also have to watch over the little one, and do chores too.

im glad my wife gives me time to play at night.
 

AndySTL

Well-Known Member
#7
I played about 90 mins last night. Got to the point where I killed 2 deer and brought them back to the camp. It's pretty great so far. My only complaint is that the character moves painfully slow at times. I know it's to make the game feel more realistic, but at times I just wish he'd walk faster! Should be a great game and I think this one will take a long time to complete.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#8
its so complicated to be honest. a LOT of variables that theyve added and considered, but also makes it either good or bad for the game.

without giving it away, clothing makes an impact on the game.

so later on, that blue jacket you've been wearing, cant be used in the heat, and vice versa. is it a good touch? sure it is, but some details are great, some just overcomplicates it.

i played it last night after i tried to sleep. 3am.

i got wanted accidentally.

qiock tip, before you hit up a mission, try to save ahead of time. for some reason, i dont see the auto save feature. im going to look it up because i accidentally activated it.

another tip,

the white missions are time sensitive/based on your main quest successions. use and do them first.

the yellow ones are your main games progression.

im still trying to figure out stuff Andy, hit me up if you need help on stuff.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#10
hmm... it took me 3 hours to get through the 'prologue'

you are almost done. you just have to do two missions i believe.

i never knew snow this harsh, so a virtual one like this one made me cringe.
 

AndySTL

Well-Known Member
#11
@jomari I have a question....How do I select and activate my missions/quests? I see the log, but I don't see how I set which one to my current active mission. I am used to seeing what my objectives are, but I feel like in this game I have to keep my eye on the upper left corner to see what I need to do, and it isn't always showing. Is there a way to see this detail?
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
#12
to see your current mission, hit the down button. dont hold, just tap on it. otherwise, you dont have any main story active missions you can do what you want. the ones on the log only show goals for me, like the dinosaur thing, or the cigar pipe. i dont have side missions that need further movement so to speak.
 
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